Goodwill launched a website for ONLINE thrifting called GoodwillFinds.com. There are already more than 100,000 items available, with more on the way.
FULL STORY: Have you ever been at Goodwill, and thought . . . “I’ve looked down all three aisles of mugs with witty sayings on them, and I still haven’t found the perfect one.” Well, THIS news is going to rock your world . . .
Goodwill has just launched a new website for ONLINE thrifting called GoodwillFinds.com. (Apparently GoodwillHunting.com was taken.) (???)
Until now, Goodwill didn’t have a centralized online business . . . so it was just random stores selling a few of their donations online through third party websites like eBay and Craigslist.
GoodwillFinds launched yesterday with roughly 100,000 items available online, and they say that more junk . . . er, TREASURES . . . will be added soon.
There’s a little of everything: Clothes . . . electronics . . . kitchen stuff . . . home furnishings . . . books, media, toys, and collectibles. BUT you won’t find anything DIRT CHEAP. It looks like they didn’t bother uploading anything that wasn’t at least about $5. And you will have to pay for shipping.
(NPR / Fortune)
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